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imaginarydreamer


imaginarydreamer
WOODINVILLE, Washington
Member for 9 years

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INTERESTS AND FAVORITES
Books: The Memory Keeper's Daughter, The Martian Chronicles, Color Me Series, Change of Heart
Music: (in no particular order) Writer's Block, Thirsty, Reptilians, Oh, Inverted World
Movies: Pride & Prejudice, Joe Dirt
TV Shows: Comcast On Demand
Interests: Marching Band, Writing Haiku, Writing nosensical type things, reading realistic fiction novels


Poetry
By imaginarydreamer BRONZE
WOODINVILLE, Washington
imaginarydreamer BRONZE, WOODINVILLE, Washington
3 articles 1 photo 1 comment

Favorite Quote:
Always think of your audience, Swift advises, and don't baffle them with "obscure terms" and "hard words." Lawyers, surgeons, clergy, and especially academics should avoid using jargon when communicating with outsiders. "I know not how it comes to pass," he says, "that professors in most arts and sciences are generally the worst qualified to explain their meaning to those who are not of their tribe."

Poetry
By imaginarydreamer BRONZE
WOODINVILLE, Washington
imaginarydreamer BRONZE, WOODINVILLE, Washington
3 articles 1 photo 1 comment

Favorite Quote:
Always think of your audience, Swift advises, and don't baffle them with "obscure terms" and "hard words." Lawyers, surgeons, clergy, and especially academics should avoid using jargon when communicating with outsiders. "I know not how it comes to pass," he says, "that professors in most arts and sciences are generally the worst qualified to explain their meaning to those who are not of their tribe."

Poetry
By imaginarydreamer BRONZE
WOODINVILLE, Washington
imaginarydreamer BRONZE, WOODINVILLE, Washington
3 articles 1 photo 1 comment

Favorite Quote:
Always think of your audience, Swift advises, and don't baffle them with "obscure terms" and "hard words." Lawyers, surgeons, clergy, and especially academics should avoid using jargon when communicating with outsiders. "I know not how it comes to pass," he says, "that professors in most arts and sciences are generally the worst qualified to explain their meaning to those who are not of their tribe."

Art/Photo
By imaginarydreamer BRONZE
WOODINVILLE, Washington
imaginarydreamer BRONZE, WOODINVILLE, Washington
3 articles 1 photo 1 comment

Favorite Quote:
Always think of your audience, Swift advises, and don't baffle them with "obscure terms" and "hard words." Lawyers, surgeons, clergy, and especially academics should avoid using jargon when communicating with outsiders. "I know not how it comes to pass," he says, "that professors in most arts and sciences are generally the worst qualified to explain their meaning to those who are not of their tribe."

Megan Buckner BRONZE, Gilford, New Hampshire
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